An In-house confidential workshop to help the senior management team navigate a way through the maze of due diligence services to achieve long-lasting and water-tight business transactions.
Conducting thorough due diligence is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk involved in most major business transactions and to improve the chance of success. In recent years, the practice of due diligence has evolved substantially and the level of detail and analysis now allows companies to take much better commercial decisions. Well conducted and well managed due diligence can help a business transaction run smoothly and can even enable companies to find ways of adding value to major business transactions. This In-house workshop offers helpful insights and advice to navigate through the maze of services available and will put the senior management team on the path to completing a due diligence process that delivers. successful deals.
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MODULE 1: STARTING THE PROCESS
MODULE 2: COMMERCIAL DUE DILIGENCE
MODULE 3: FINANCIAL AND TAX DUE DILIGENCE
MODULE 4: LEGAL DUE DILIGENCE
MODULE 5: DELIVERING AN EFFECTIVE REPORT
Steve Hacking is Managing Partner of Latitude Partners Limited. Before this, he was on the management team and co-head of private equity support at the Kalchas Group (a Bain / McKinsey spin-off). He has led more than 100 commercial due diligence projects since 1995. These have ranged in size from less than £1m to multi-billion transactions, for acquirers and vendors, corporates, banks and private investors.
Rebecca Attree M.A. (Cantab) is a Solicitor and ADR Group Accredited Mediator based in Central London. She has worked as a company commercial solicitor at Richards Butler Laytons and in 1993 Rebecca set up Attree & Co, her own solicitor’s practice. Rebecca’s professional practice has led her to gain considerable experience in how transactions can be explored, structured, drafted, negotiated and concluded so they work for all parties.